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Mary Martin

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  • Cloris Leachman: still zany after all these years

    Asked her hobby, Cloris Leachman, briefly and rarely silent, rises. She makes her way over to a grand piano in a Beverly Hills hotel lobby and starts playing "Rhapsody in Blue." That pretty much sums up the Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress. Leachman needs...
  • The Crowd: Now's the time for Angelitos Card

    The Crowd: Now's the time for Angelitos Card
    The Angelitos de Oro week of holiday shopping and savings kicks off Thursday and runs through Oct. 20 at South Coast Plaza. It's the ninth annual Angelitos Card Fundraiser benefiting the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Orange County in association with the...
  • Area Girls Volleyball Capsules

    Team capsules for area teams that responded to The Courant's request for information: CCC NORTH GLASTONBURY Last year: 13-5 Coach: Tracey Hollenbaugh Top players: Samantha Branning, sr., outside hitter; Brenna Alexandre, sr., outside hitter;...
  • Fat cat's fate: Meow, the 39-pound feline, dies of lung failure

    Fat cat's fate: Meow, the 39-pound feline, dies of lung failure
    Meow, the fat cat whose 39-pound girth helped raise awareness about obesity in pets, has died of lung failure. The orange-and-white tabby was turned in to the Santa Fe, N.M., animal shelter last month and quickly made international headlines. At first,...
  • Bel-Air home once owned by Broadway star Mary Martin is listed at $10.5 million

    Bel-Air home once owned by Broadway star Mary Martin is listed at $10.5 million
    A 1928 Tudor once owned by Broadway star Mary Martin is on the market in Bel-Air at $10.5 million. Nicknamed the Peter Pan House for the role that the former resident is often associated, the two-story plus basement house sits on about an acre with a...
  • Montrose Christmas tree is shameful

    The Montrose Shopping Park Assn. should hang their heads in shame for the sad excuse for a Christmas tree at the corner of Ocean View Boulevard and Honolulu Avenue. This so-called tree was viewed by all who attended the parade on Saturday and thousands...
  • Be happy with any Christmas tree

    In response to the letter from Mary Martin (“Montrose Christmas tree is shameful,” Dec. 12), I also don’t especially like this tree, but not knowing where it came from, who chose this tree or how much it cost, I am happy to put up with...
  • Mesa Musings: 'Peter Pan' image doesn't fly

    How would you like to be remembered? Each of us enters our Golden Years with that question in mind. What's my legacy? If you had a choice, would you prefer to be remembered as: a generous philanthropist; connoisseur of the arts; devoted spouse,...
  • The All-Courant Girls Volleyball Team

    Hitters Kyley Reed, Rocky Hill, Sr. Victoria Broytman, Southington, Sr. Ana Tarbetsky, Haddam-Killingworth, Sr. Nicole Carbone, Platt-Meriden, Sr. Sarah Veilleux, RHAM-Hebron, So. Corinne Horanzy, Southington, Jr. Marina Rose, Coventry, Jr. Mary...
  • Broadway serenades Hollywood

    Broadway serenades Hollywood
    Hollywood used to make Oscar-winning movies out of Tony Award-topping tuners like "My Fair Lady" and " The Sound of Music." Nowadays, however, Broadway borrows from studio vaults, turning both celluloid hits and misses into stage shows. This year at...
  • Susanna Foster dies at 84; costarred in 1943 version of 'Phantom'

    Susanna Foster dies at 84; costarred in 1943 version of 'Phantom'
    Susanna Foster, a singer and 1940s leading lady whose most famous role was the terrorized prima donna in the first talking version of "Phantom of the Opera," died Saturday of heart failure at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, N.J., according...
  • PASSINGS

    Evgenios Spatharis Lifelong master of Greek shadow puppetry Evgenios Spatharis, 85, a Greek master of shadow puppet theater, died Saturday in an Athens hospital days after being injured in a fall down a staircase while on his way to a performance, a...